If you’re looking for a little workweek wardrobe inspiration, then look no further. We’ve put together a beginner’s guide to set your closet on a path to the new you. The beauty of Original Stitch is that not only can you recreate our model’s looks, but you can also make them specific to your distinct shape and style. Consider the suggestions below a canvas. Add your finishing touches via our interactive shop and get a wholly unique ensemble made for you, by you.
Black, white, and gray is a classic color scheme. It’s sleek, modern, and can be dressed down easily via casual white sneakers. If you’ve been looking for a way to incorporate this style into your workweek rotation, then try this on for size. Start with a classic white dress shirt like Quick Dry White Ox. Pair it with Etched in Light Grey slacks and add a Black Seersucker Stripe jacket to top off the ensemble.
Mixing textures can be done on two planes: visual and touch. On the visual side we have the rough-hewn style of this Black and White Wide Stripe Chambray dress shirt fabric. Add in an etch effect that can be felt with this Mori-Tone Blue jacket and Beige-Brown slacks. Pair your favorite tie and shoes as you see fit and voila. You’ve successfully mixed textures.
Welcome to the Dark Side
Some prefer darker tones. If that’s you, then try pairing deep hues like navy with muted neutral colors such as grey. This Tessitura Monti Denim-Like Satin fabric makes for a rich blue dress shirt. Complete the look by adding this Medium-Grey Blended Wool suit fabric in the form of pants and a matching jacket. Every inch of this look can be customized, so not only will you get a superior fit, but you’ll be able to create the style that best suits your taste.
At Original Stitch we offer a fully customizable collection of premium quality dress shirt, suit blazer, and pant fabrics. Use them to create a wardrobe that is completely unique to YOU. Our high-quality yarns are hand-selected from – and tailored in – Japan to be extra resistant to wear and tear while maintaining a softer feel than their off-the-rack counterparts.